DUVC urges teachers to hold philosophy, values of Bose


DHAKA, Jan 20, 2021 (BSS) – Dhaka University (DU) Vice-chancellor Dr
Akhtaruzzaman today urged teachers, researchers and students of the
university to hold the philosophy and strong values of world renowned
scientist Satyendra Nath Bose while conducting research to take the
university to a unique height.

“Bose was a dedicated teacher and researcher in the field of
science, especially in basic research and teaching of physics. After
the founding of DU in 1921, Professor SN Bose came in contact with the
world-renowned scientist Albert Einstein within a few years through
his extraordinary research activities”, said Akhtaruzzaman.

By associating with Einstein he further enriched his research in
physics and gained international fame, he added.

He came up with the remarks while addressing a virtual webinar,
organized by Dhaka University Bose Center for Advanced Study and
Research in Natural Sciences on the occasion of the 126th birth
anniversary of world renowned scientist Satyendra Nath Bose.

“Satyendra Nath Bose has taught us and expanded our understanding on
basic research and collaboration. He thought how to make sure the best
use of limited resources through mutual cooperation”, Akhtaruzzaman

Professor of Tagore Centre for Natural Sciences and Philosophy Dr
Prof. Dr. Partha Ghose and Professor of Santa Fe Institute, USA Dr.
Sidney Redner presented the keynote speeches in the webinar.

DU Pro-VC (Administration) Dr Muhammad Samad, Pro-VC (Academic)
Professor ASM Maksud Kamal and acting Dean of the Faculty of Science
Prof. Tofail Ahmad Chowdhury addressed the webinar as the special
guests, with Director of the center Prof. Dr. Supriya Saha in the